event at 2009.
Author is Vadim Ehrlich - founder of German project "Ganzha". He "invented" his own style of sound paintings - named "ElectroAbsurd" in 1980. It is interactive music performance. Main feature is - no "harmony" - no 7 notes,no rules at all! Just improvisations with sounds and sound sequences.
Kazakh electronic Musician, Vadim Ehrlich (Ganzha) lives in Germany since 2004.
In 1980 he assembled his first analogical music synthesizer ( a hard task in former USSR! ), shaping up his idea of "sound painting".
At first, as a pioneer DJ, he combined his music constructions with lights effects in his disco performances.
Finally he invented his own "in live" electronic music style called "quazy musical constructions" aka "absurdism". The main idea was - to play all his instruments in real time and no pre-recorded pattern.
All his music boxes (small 2 VCO,VCF,ADSR,VCA) are rhythmically synchronised by main trigger generator whilst the performer controls all parameters manually.